Backlog of 400+ Writing Jobs – Need Your Help‏ (Here’s Proof that SEO Writing Rates Will Increase in 2013)

A couple of days ago, I received the following email from a fellow SEO writer with the headline “Backlog of 400+ Writing Jobs – Need Your Help“. Of course, it peaked my interest and I promptly opened it. It read:

Good afternoon, Yuwanda. I hope you had a great Xmas. We did up here (snowing now). I hear Atlanta had some major storms yesterday and I hope you and your family stayed warm and dry.

I just received the e-mail below from a site I had approached awhile ago. I turned her down (pay too low for me), but told her I’d pass it along to you. Perhaps you could post it at SEOWritingJobs.com or InkwellEditorial.com.

Happy New Year and continued great success to you in 2013!

———- Forwarded message ———-
From: [Editor Name / Email Address]
Date: Wed, Dec 26, 2012 at 1:23 PM
Subject: Backlog of 400+ Writing Jobs – Need Your Help
To: [Freelancer Name / Email Address]

Hi [Freelancer name] –  this is [Editor Name] with [Company name]. You signed up as a writer with us in the past, so I wanted to see if you could do me a personal favor.

We have a few agency clients that recently posted a large # of job requests to our writer job board. Currently, there are over 400 jobs waiting to be taken.

I was wondering if you might be able to take a few of these jobs to help out with the current backlog.

Most of these jobs are low-paying (1.4c per word). ) Many of the articles are only a few paragraphs with the potential to make a few dollars. However, they are fairly straightforward and do not require any specialized expertise in the category. (emphasis added)

Many of our writers write high volumes of these each day so they can make a few hundred extra dollars per month. Also, by taking these lower-paying jobs, you can start to build your writing portfolio and earn a high rating. This will give you access to higher paying jobs in the future. The ultimate goal would be to find a handful of good paying, long term clients who will give you steady work.

If you’re willing to help me out and take some of these jobs, please just log-in to your writer account here:  [company website] ( you can use the Forgot Password feature if you need to).

(Note: If you haven’t finished signing up yet, it should only take a few minutes to complete the steps.)

Thanks for considering,

[Editor Name]
Senior Editor
[Company Name]
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Note: I took out names, email addresses and company names to protect the identity of the freelancer who sent me this email, as well as the name of the company because I don’t advertise such low-paying writing gigs on this blog.

FYI, I called your attention to the text in bold because I want you to realize that this is the hook that many companies use to lure freelancers (especially new freelance writers) into taking on low-paying article writing gigs.

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MY RESPONSE TO THIS FREELANCER ABOUT LOW-PAYING ONLINE WRITING JOBS

Hey [Freelancer Name],
 
It’s good to hear from you. Hope you had a good holiday. I did — we had rain and wind (I would’ve preferred some of your snow!) but no damage, so thank the lord for that.
 
As for the job listing, the pay is too low for me to list on SeoWritingJobs. I like to only post jobs that pay some semblance of a living wage, which I realize is subjective. But again, these jobs pay too little.
 
Thanks for passing them along though.
 
Have a great New Year!
 
Best,
Yuwanda

FREELANCER’S RESPONSE TO ME

Whew! My mind ISN’T screwy then. I almost said ‘what the hell,’ I could use some quick dough to get through the slow holiday. But then realized how much work is involved whether I’m paid $7 for 500 words or $35 or even $50 and said no.

Happy New Year to you!

MY FINAL RESPONSE TO THIS FREELANCER

[RE] low-paying gigs, yeah, I get what you mean — and no, your mind isn’t screwy. It’s a good sign that they have a “backlog” of writing jobs at this rate because it signals to me that many writers are wising up and just saying “no.”
 
Happy New Year to you too! I had a great 2012, and am looking forward to 2013.
 
Best,
-Y

3 REASONS SEO WRITING RATES ARE ON THE RISE

In my opinion, SEO writing rates are increasing because:

(i) Quality Content Needed: Companies are increasingly realizing the need for quality content – and are starting to invest in it. I’ve been saying this for the last couple of years – and the proof is in the pudding. Where’s the [pudding] proof? The SitePoint article, 6 Ways SEO Will Change in 2013, put it succinctly, stating:

Whether web owners and professionals like it or not, content will continue as the king online. High quality, well-written, expertly displayed, functionally useful content will still hold the key to ranking well for target search terms. Any site needs to have compelling and unique content that has good readability and provides a rich user experience. Half the search battle is won if a website follows this cardinal rule, and that will only become more true in 2013 and beyond.

(ii) Need for Qualified SEO Talent is On the Rise: Because of the above, more sites need the skills of highly trained, qualified SEO writers. And, they’re not that easy to come by. Proof?

There has been a surge in demand for search marketing related jobs over the past three to four years. One obstacle for both agency and in-house SEO departments will be a lack of talent. This is true for all experience levels. [Source: SearchEngineWatch.com, Critical Components to SEO Success in 2013].

(iii) Google Updates: Google is always doing updates; they probably always will. And, every time they do, site rankings can shift. Proof?  We’ve discussed this before. Read: Getting SEO Writing Jobs: A Freelancer Asks, “Will Google’s Latest Update (Penguin) Mean Less Work for SEO Article Writers?”

Related Post: Freelance Writers: 10 Reasons the Google Panda Update Makes (SEO) Article Marketing Even More Effective & Means More Work for You.

More proof that SEO writing rates (and other SEO service rates) are increasing? The SearchEngineWatch.com article I linked to above (Critical Components to SEO Success in 2013) states:

Future Panda updates will also necessitate higher quality on-site content, further increasing – [SEO] copywriting costs.

From $15 Per SEO Article to $35 Per SEO Article – Just Like That!

Just a couple of days ago, I was corresponding with another SEO writer who told me that one of her New Year’s resolutions was to kick low-paying clients to the curb. She said she was gonna “close my eyes and raise my rates to $35 – and stick to it!”

She had been charging $10 per article, and sometimes $15.

Today, she emailed me to let me know she’d landed a client who ordered 6 articles – and they didn’t even quibble with her new rate ($35/per).

See? When you do the “right” thing by yourself (your business), the universe rewards that. At least that’s my belief.

CONCLUSION

More sites are coming online every day. This makes it harder to get found online, which means the need for SEO services like search copywriting, keyword research, site optimization, etc. is only growing.

Are you prepared to take advantage?

I hope so.

See you back here in the New Year. Speaking of . . .

FIRST POST IN 2013 (Jan 2) . . .

What SEO Writers Need to Know in 2013: I’ve been doing a lot of trolling the web the past couple of weeks, staying abreast of what’s old and new in SEO writing. So, I’ll be covering some of the most important things SEO content writers need to know going into the new year.

Stay tuned!

Yuwanda
P.S.: Wanna join me in Jamaica and learn how to start a high-earning career as an SEO writer?

Register for the SEO copywriter training class. A nominal deposit reserves your spot. Learning SEO is about so much more than learning a new skill; it’s about changing (taking control of) your life! Proof? See average salary of SEO writers in graphic just below.

P.P.S.: Avoid freelance writing dry spells by making extra money as an affiliate marketer: Learn how to earn $50-$150/day online pretty seamlessly in the best-selling ebook, How to Make Money Placing Ads on Free Classified Ad Sites.

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The $24,000 SEO Writing Contract: 7 Things This Content Writer Did Right & 3 More Things Every Freelancer Should Do

A couple of weeks ago, I shared with you the story of the freelancer who landed an SEO writing contract worth $24,000 (remember, this was from ONE client). As I said in that post, I’ve been corresponding with this freelancer for a couple of years now. Hence, I have first-hand knowledge of some of the things they did right.

What It Takes to Land a “Big” SEO Writing Contract

In the aforementioned post, I promised to share some of the steps this freelancer has taken over the last couple of years that led to them landing this lucrative writing gig. I also added a few other tips from my own personal experience. So, here goes . . .

I. Take Action

As in, take the leap. This freelancer started their freelance writing business a bit over two years ago. One of the things they shared with me a long time ago is that as soon as they got the ebook on how to start a freelance SEO writing career, they put the plan in action.

While this may seem simple, I mention it first because I can’t tell you how many times someone has ordered one of Inkwell’s ebooks, then months later will contact me for another copy because they bought it, but never started.

I’m guilty of this myself. It’s natural human instinct for most of us I suspect. But, successful people are different. They seize opportunity. So if you want to start a home-based writing business, what are you waiting for? You can do it part-time or full-time. In short, there’s no excuse not to start.

II. Ask Questions / Research

Early on in this freelancer’s career, they were lucky enough to have somewhat of a mentor – a person to go to when they had questions. This person was also a prolific reader of my blogs and newsletters. How do I know this? Because sometimes I’d receive a question that went:

I have a question about X. I read your post on it (the 4/17/2011 post), and I was wondering if you could clarify a couple of things for me?”

I don’t mind answering questions from freelancers like this because it shows me that they’ve put in the effort to find the answer on their own before contacting me; in short, they’re proactive. In my experience, this is one of the biggest indicators of how successful a freelancer will be.

Will You Be Successful as an SEO Writer?

I can almost always predict who will be successful when they purchase one of my products – whether it’s on SEO writing, or self-publishing, or internet marketing. How?

Many who purchase my ebooks ask questions that are already answered in the ebook. This says to me that they haven’t even taken advantage of the readily available answers to the questions they have. They just want a quick answer – and quick results.

This type of mindset almost always signals that the person isn’t serious enough about an opportunity – because they haven’t done the basics (ie, absorb the info they’ve already paid for).

When I first started out as an SEO writer, I did a lot – a ton! – of research on my own. I didn’t want to fire off an email to an expert and wait for them to get back to me because I was too excited about getting started. So I spent time finding out what I needed to know on my own – and got busy implementing my newfound knowledge.

Leading Resources for Gaining SEO Knowledge

It’s fine to seek answers from experts, but realize — many of them are busy doing their own thing. So find reputable SEO resources you can tap (eg, SearchEngineLand.com, Google’s Search Engine Optimization Starter Guide, SeoBook.com, etc.), absorb the info, then implement.

III. Raise SEO Writing Rates Consistently

Another thing this freelancer did was to raise their SEO writing rates consistently. They now charge double what they did when they first started. This takes balls!

I don’t think I raised my rates for the first couple of years when I first started. But now, I tweak them at least every year / year and a half. This will mean losing some clients – but it also means you gain new (better paying) ones.

IV. Education

In order to grow as an SEO writer, you must educate yourself. One of the things this writer did was learn different techniques related to writing SEO copy (eg, writing themed content). This allowed them to garner better results for their clients, which led to: (i) being able to charge more; (ii) client referrals; and (iii) more work.

V. Expand Where You Look for SEO Writing Jobs

I outlined my marketing method in the SEO writing ebook, but this freelancer expanded where they look for jobs, eg, responding to SEO writing job ads on sites like Craigslist. They’re also active on social media sites like LinkedIn.

VI. Market Consistently for Web Writing Jobs

This SEO writer took to heart my advice about marketing consistently. Over time, they even paid someone to do this for them, sending out a certain number of marketing messages per week.

They told me that they’d got it down to a science, eg, if I make 100 “marketing touches,” I can almost count on landing 1 or 2 new clients.

VII. Personal Motivation

Another reason this SEO writer was so successful is that they had a personal motivation – a reason in their life that making a living from home was something that HAD to work. I’m not even sure this freelancer realized how powerful a motivator this was.

I so relate to this because, as I talk about in the free ebook, Living the Freelance Life,* when I was downsized out of my last job in 2007, I vowed never to work for someone else again. I knew that it would kill my spirit if I had to. So, making a living from home – under my own steam – was something that HAD to work. I didn’t even entertain it NOT working.

This meant I got up every day and went to work – for usually 10-14 hours per day. I worked like a dog for three years to finally get to the point where I felt secure saying, “I’ll never work for someone else again.”

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Landing “Large” SEO Writing Contracts: 3 Final Tips

Bundle Services: This has worked really well for me over the years. Right now, social media is big. And, it goes hand in hand with content marketing. So, offer an SEO writing/social media management package. You’d be amazed at how many clients will be glad for someone to “handle this” for them. This means bigger invoices for you.

Expand Service Offerings: When I first started out as an SEO writer, I only offered one thing – SEO articles. Then, I added SEO blog posts, then SEO press release, then article distribution, etc. In short, I built an SEO writing company that acted as a one-stop, SEO writing shop for clients. This led to me billing more on each invoice, which meant I earned more from year to year.

Make Clients Aware: Piggybacking on the last point, even though you may list all of your services right on your website, most of your clients are oblivious to all the ways you can help them. This is normal human behavior. How? Well, most of us segment things, people, places, etc.

For example, if a client first contacts you for some SEO articles, that’s the way they will always think of you – as “just” an SEO writer. So, it’s up to you to let them know that you offer social media account management services, can do keyword research, offer article submission services, etc.

Every time you turn in a project for a client, remind them of other ways you can help them. Now, don’t overwhelm them. What I usually do is say something like:

I continue to be pleased that you turn to New Media Words for your SEO content writing needs.

FYI, we can also help you distribute your content via social media, which leads to more site visitors (and sales). We offer account set-up and management on four of the most popular social media sites, eg, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and LinkedIn. Learn more at http://newmediawords.biz/social-media-marketing.htm.

Even if they don’t take you up on your service offering this month or the next month or the next, at least you will have planted a seed. And the more a client continues to use you for one service (eg, SEO article writing), the greater the chance they’ll hire you to do other things for them (eg, social media).

Land the Big One . . . The Big SEO Writing Contract That Is!

If you do all of these things, you exponentially increase your chances of landing a “big” SEO writing contract. Even more importantly, you lay the groundwork for landing freelance writing jobs consistently – which beats “one contract” (even a big one (although that’s always nice)) any day in my book.

Hope you got your holiday shopping done. I relieved to say I did (not that I do that much anyway)!

Yuwanda
P.S.: Wanna join me in Jamaica and learn how to start a high-earning career as an SEO writer?

Register for the SEO copywriter training class. A nominal deposit reserves your spot. Learning SEO is about so much more than learning a new skill; it’s about changing (taking control of) your life! Proof? See average salary of SEO writers in graphic just below.

P.P.S.: Avoid freelance writing dry spells by making extra money as an affiliate marketer: Learn how to earn $50-$150/day online pretty seamlessly in the best-selling ebook, How to Make Money Placing Ads on Free Classified Ad Sites.

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Next Post: Insight into How One SEO Writer Landed a $24,000 Writing Gig

Yep, you read right — an SEO writer recently contacted me to let me know they’d just signed a contract for $24,000.

In the linked-to post above, I promised to share some insight into what this freelancer did to land a big writing job like this. As I said in the aforementioned post:

I’ve corresponded with this SEO writer for a couple of years now, and I’ll tell you some things I know from personal experience that this freelancer has consistently done right. The point I want to make is, SEO writing is a hot profession — one that can really set you financially free with the right training.

In this Wednesday’s post, this is what we’ll cover. In all, there are 7 things I can point to that this SEO content writer did right. I also give three additional tips from my personal experience as a web content writer.

Stay tuned! And, don’t forget to sign up to our newsletter to receive the post. You can do so from any page of InkwellEditorial.com, this site’s parent site.

FYI . . . the holiday discounts on all of our ebooks has been extended. Because a few people emailed me saying they were glad to see the discounts (and wanted more time to take advantage of them), I decided to extend them for the rest of this month – until 12/31/2012 midnight (U.S. EST). So take advantage.

In the meantime, get that holiday shopping done, ok? 🙂

Yuwanda
P.S.: Join me in Jamaica and learn how to start an SEO writing career — and YOU could be the one landing lucrative writing gigs like this!

Register for the SEO copywriter training class. A nominal deposit reserves your spot. Learning SEO is about so much more than learning a new skill; it’s about changing (taking control of) your life! Proof? See average salary of SEO writers in graphic just below.

P.P.S.: Avoid freelance writing dry spells by making extra money as an affiliate marketer: Learn how to earn $50-$150/day online pretty seamlessly in the best-selling ebook, How to Make Money Placing Ads on Free Classified Ad Sites.

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2 New SEO Writing Jobs Were Posted Today

I received the following two SEO writing job listings today. FYI, they’re with the same firm, but cover different niches.

Here they are, and good luck applying!

SEO Writing Job #1

DIY/Home Decor Experts – Ongoing Blog Writing Job Available 

Details:  I have a client who wants 10 articles per week on fireplaces.  He has said this project could last up to a year, perhaps much longer if everything works out well.  If you have experience writing for home decor/fireplaces, that’s a huge plus.  Client will provide a basic outline for each post.  Payment is $15 per article, paid when the client pays.   

English must be your native language, and you must live in the US or Canada (for time zone / communication purposes).  Please send 2-3 samples of the most similar writing you have to seocopywriting1983@gmail.com.

SEO Writing Job #2

Experienced Bloggers Needed 

Details:  I have a client interested in ongoing blog content for a number of niches/clients.  This would be an ongoing relationship, but the quantity of content is not known.  I can pay $20 per article, payable when the client pays.  The client requests 3-5 anchor text links in each article and requires you to come up with the subject.  

English must be your native language, and you must live in the US or Canada (for time zone / communication purposes). Please send your best samples and strongest areas of expertise to seocopywriting1983@gmail.com.

Note: Please do not contact us (SeoWritingJobs.com) about these job listings, as we have no additional info over and beyond what’s listed here. Apply directly to the company via the info provided in the ad.

Related Post: Writing for SEO: The One Piece of Advice I’d Give to All SEO Copywriters 

POST  SEO WRITING JOB ADS FREE

We post SEO writing jobs (and social media jobs and internet marketing jobs) free. Simply send your ad to info[at]SeoWritingJobs.com (Put “SEO Job Listing” in the Subject line). We will list it here, and in our weekly Seo Writing Jobs newsletter.

The weekend is almost here!

Yuwanda
P.S.: Wanna join me in Jamaica and learn how to start a high-earning career as an SEO writer?

Register for the SEO copywriter training class. A nominal deposit reserves your spot. Learning SEO is about so much more than learning a new skill; it’s about changing (taking control of) your life! Proof? See average salary of SEO writers in graphic just below.

P.P.S.: Avoid freelance writing dry spells by making extra money as an affiliate marketer: Learn how to earn $50-$150/day online pretty seamlessly in the best-selling ebook, How to Make Money Placing Ads on Free Classified Ad Sites.

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SEO Writers: Some Services You Shouldn’t Offer (but SHOULD Know About)

One of the things I love about being an SEO writer is that there are a myriad of services you can offer in this niche, ie, social media consulting, keyword research, site analytics, etc.

One freelancer who’s thinking about entering this realm recently contacted me, asking if a few things were good services to offer. He wrote:

Yuwanda,

While I have been checking out your website and reading your ebook Living the Freelance Life*. I have not made it all the way through but I have enjoyed it so far.

I was interested in SEO and wanted to get your opinion. Do you see any needs popping up in Social Media Optimization and Site Audits (emphasis added). I registered the name above [website URL was listed] just on kicking around ideas. There is not an actual website yet.

I will be purchasing some of your material but was just wondering your thoughts on those areas.

I almost forgot add Optimization Research as a service option (emphasis added) or any need for. I think my strengths are more in information research. I guess I got the idea on the website name from looking recently in the news of www.zendesk.com.

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Good SEO Consulting Services to Offer? My Answer

K-:

First, thanks for writing in and for letting me know you enjoyed Living the Freelance Life. The whole point of writing it was to inspire others to dust off their freelance dreams and get busy achieving them!

Now, in answer to your questions, yes, I think there’s a need for all the services you listed. However, I don’t think it’s prudent for SEO writers to offer them. I’ll address why in just a bit, but first, let’s define what they are for those who might not know.

SEO Writers: Do You Know What These High-End SEO Services Are?

What Is Social Media Optimization?

Social media optimization (abbreviated as SMO) refers to the use of a number of social media outlets and communities to generate publicity to increase the awareness of a product, brand or event. Types of social media involved include RSS feeds, social news and bookmarking sites, as well as social networking sites, such as Twitter, and video and blogging sites.

SMO is similar to search engine optimization in that the goal is to generate traffic and awareness for a website. In general, social media optimization refers to optimizing a website and its content in terms of sharing across social media and networking sites. (emphasis added) [Source: Wikipedia]

What Is a Site (Website) Audit?

There are many different components of website auditing (eg, security, privacy, performance, content assessment, etc.). Here, we’re going to focus on the part that has to do with content. So, a website audit – as it relates to content – is defined in the following manner . . .

Content assessment usually is very important to any Website audit. Web content that is created in its entirety by the Website owner without any third-party references typically does not need to be audited. Third-party content, however, usually will merit a Website audit to determine whether it has been licensed to the Website for use. For optimization purposes, the audit might suggest that the content consists of graphics, short paragraphs, and multiple links within those paragraphs. [Source: WiseGeek.com]

What Is Optimization Research?

This is another SEO service that has many different components – everything from basic keyword research, to site analytics. Here’s an example of a search engine optimization research package and what it entails.

Why I Don’t Think These are Good Services for SEO Writers to Offer

In my opinion, most SEO content writers should not offer services like these, for the following reasons:

Inexperience: Most of these are what I call “high-end” SEO services that writers are ill-equipped to offer. They are better left to web analytics firms who not only have the manpower, but the in-depth know-how to offer.

As I explain in the post, SEO Content Writing Questions: On Marketing, Targeting Niches, Doing Keyword Research & More:

. . . one thing I want to make very clear here to all SEO content writers is that it is not your job to provide web analytics services. Make sure your clients understand the role of an SEO writer in the search engine optimization process if they ask for services like this that are outside of your area of expertise. Why?

Because web analytics is a specialty in and of itself and it is very complex, which is why it costs so much.

SEO’s Bad Industry Reputation: One of the reasons SEO has such a bad reputation on some level is because so many people/firms claim to be SEO experts. They hang out their shingle – many times charging clients a mint – and don’t know what the heck they’re doing.

Or, they know the basics – and charge clients outrageous fees for doing this. Then, 6 months later when the client still hasn’t gotten the results they want/should reasonably expect, they claim that SEO doesn’t come with “guaranteed” results. The client feels scammed (many times rightly so) and the firm/SEO “consultant” slinks off to another customer.

Now, while no one can guarantee to get you on the first page of Google in a week (or ever in some cases), there are some SEO guarantees clients should be able to expect when they work with a reputable web analytics firm.

And, these firms will fully prepare you going in on what to expect – and what not to expect.

NOW . . .

With all of that being said, if you feel that you can provide these services effectively, then by all means, go ahead.

Why SEO Copywriters Need to Know What These High-End Services Are

FYI, all professional SEO writers should be aware of these concepts because writing SEO content is a part – a big part – of web analytics. As I explain in the aforementioned post, SEO Content Writing Questions: On Marketing, Targeting Niches, Doing Keyword Research & More:

. . . remember, as an SEO writer, you’re just responsible for the content. You should have a fundamental understanding of web analytics and where content fits in the overall scheme, but it’s not your job to be a professional web analyzer.

The One Service I Advise All SEO Writers to Add to Their Menu

Keyword research and meta tag writing. Actually this can be one service, or two.

The reason I advise adding these services is because keyword research is the very foundation of search engine optimization. It’s something every SEO writer has to become proficient in, especially as themed SEO content replaces keyword-density driven content.

My firm just completed a project for a client where we did the keyword research (and meta tag writing). It added another $600 to the invoice total, which was already several thousand dollars (the project was a complete website rewrite). As you can see, this can be a very lucrative service for SEO writers to offer – and I personally find it a lot of fun.

I hope this insight helps, and good luck with your SEO career – whichever services you decide to offer.

Hope you’re enjoying your week!

Yuwanda
P.S.: Wanna join me in Jamaica and learn how to start a high-earning career as an SEO writer?

Register for the SEO copywriter training class. A nominal deposit reserves your spot. Learning SEO is about so much more than learning a new skill; it’s about changing (taking control of) your life! Proof? See average salary of SEO writers in graphic just below.

P.P.S.: Avoid freelance writing dry spells by making extra money as an affiliate marketer: Learn how to earn $50-$150/day online pretty seamlessly in the best-selling ebook, How to Make Money Placing Ads on Free Classified Ad Sites.

Copyright © 2012: All material on this site is copyright protected and cannot be reproduced in any manner whatsoever without the editor’s written consent (linking to is fine).